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The Colorado Senate Bill (SB 94) Community Based Detention Program


The Division of Youth Corrections

  • Provides Secure Detention Services

  • Allocates $7.9 Million to 22 Judicial Districts to Develop and Provide Community-Based Detention Services

  • Develops Policies, Procedures and Requirements for Local SB 94 Programs

  • Provides Training for Local SB 94 Programs on “Best Practices” within a Detention Continuum

  • Provides Programmatic and Fiscal Monitoring of Local SB 94 Programs


Chief Judge Appoints a Juvenile Services

Planning Committee

Planning Committee Membership

Judicial Districts

  • County Department of Social Services

  • Local School District

  • Local Law Enforcement Agency

  • Local Probation Department

  • Division of Youth Corrections

  • Private Citizens

  • District Attorney’s Office

  • Public Defender’s Office

  • Community Mental Health

  • Municipality Representative


  • Planning Committee Develops and Oversees implementation of a Plan for the Community-Based Detention Services Within the Detention Continuum

  • Policies and Procedures for Managing the Judicial District’s Secure and/or Staff Secure Detention Beds are Included in the Annual SB 94 Plan


Local Senate Bill 94 Programs

  • Screen for Placement in Secure/Staff Secure Detention Beds Using a Standard Screening Instrument

  • Manage the Use of Detention Beds

  • Provide Client Information to the Courts

  • Participate in the Local Detention Emergency Release Process

  • Coordinate with Detention Facilities and Other Juvenile Justice Agencies

  • Provide Community –Based Detention Services


Common SB 94 Community-Based Detention Services

  • Screening & Assessment

  • Case Management

  • Tracking

  • Electronic Monitoring

  • Day Reporting

  • Work Programs/Community Service

  • Multi-Disciplinary Assessment/Case Planning

  • Mentoring

  • Mental Health Services

  • Drug/Alcohol Services


Senate Bill 94 – Fourth Judicial District

District Coordinator: Sarah Sherwin 719-327-2041

Committee Chair: Jack Ruszczyk (4th JD Probation) 719-867-5302

Fiscal Agent: Kathy Moan (Joint Initiatives) 719-630-0927


Contextual Factors

Urban And Rural

Two Counties

Shared Detention Facility with other JD

Population: 558,816

Juvenile Population (10-17): 68,514

Minority Youth: 24.2%

Unemployment Rate: 4.3%

Poverty Rate: 12.6%

Juvenile Arrests 17.1%

Funding Support

FY 03-04 SB94 Allocation: $1,110,322

FY 04-05 SB94 Allocation: $989,980

WRAP Flexible Funds Available

4th JD – SB94 Program Profile


Interagency Network

SB94 Juvenile Oversight and Planning Committee (20- Members)

Contract with Four Local Vendors (Issue RFP every 5 years)

Juvenile Screeners are Bond Commissioners - Issue PR Bonds on Warrants

Weekly Emergency Release/Detention Cap Meetings

Individual Planning Sessions (IPS’s)

Key Indicators

FY 03-04 Juvenile Detention Cap = 58

FY 02-03 Juvenile Detention Screens = 1,772

FY 02-03 Juvenile Detained in Secure Detention = 1,454

FY 03-04 YTD Detention Emergency Releases = 16

FY 03-04 YTD Borrowed Detention Beds = 1

4th JD – SB94 Program Profile


4th JD – SB94 Program Services

SB94 Juvenile Services Oversight and Planning Committee

District Attorney’s OfficeMunicipal CourtAlcohol/Drug Treatment Provider

Office of Public DefenderMental HealthCounty Government

Probation DepartmentSocial ServicesDistrict Court

Law EnforcementPrivate CitizenEmployment & Training

Division of Youth CorrectionsSchool DistrictsOther Youth-Serving Agencies

Senate Bill 94 Fiscal Agent

Senate Bill 94 District Coordinator

Contracted Service Providers

Mission Possible

Screening/Assessment

Case Management

Minority Family Advocacy

Individual Planning Sessions

Youthtrack Inc.

Tracking

Emily Griffith Center

Family Preservation

Multi-Systemic Therapy

El Paso County Dept. of H&E

Substance Abuse Treatment

UA Monitoring


1st Judicial DistrictJefferson and Gilpin CountySenate Bill 94


CURRENT PROCEDURES

  • Juvenile Detention Screening & Assessment

  • Court Assessment

  • Pre trial Services

  • Graduated Sanctions

  • Fast Track Felonies

  • Data Entry


JUVENILE DETENTION SCREENING & ASSESSESSMENT

  • Jefferson County Juvenile Assessment Center

    • Detention Screening

      • Juvenile Detention Screening Guide

  • Detention Specialist


JUVENILE COURT COORDINATION

  • Assessment Team

    • Court Coordinator

    • Pre Sentence Investigations

    • Substance Abuse Evaluation Referral


PRETRIAL SERVICES

SUPERVISION

TRACKING

Electronic Monitoring

Drug/Alcohol screening/monitoring


GRADUATED SANCTIONS

  • RAPID INTERVENTION SERVICE

    • Therapeutic Services

      • Multisystemic Therapy

      • Functional Family Therapy

      • Individual, Group and Family Therapy

      • Drug / Alcohol Intervention Programs

      • Anger Management

      • Mediation

      • Mentoring


GRADUATED SANCTIONS

  • Work programs

    • Residential Work Programs

      • Male and Female

      • Weekends

    • Non Residential Work Program

      • Sunday to Friday


FAST TRACK FELONIES

  • Any Youth with pending felony

    • Level 4 or 5 on the Juvenile Detention Screening & Assessment Guide

  • Face to Face with Youth and Parents

  • Promise to Appear

  • Pre trial Supervision

    • Contract

    • Tracking

    • Drug / Alcohol Screen


DATA ENTRY

  • Colorado Trails

  • Jefferson County Juvenile Assessment Center Database

  • Juvenile Information System


Jefferson County

Juvenile Assessment Center

Diversion and case management services:

Sheriff’s Dept.

District Attorney

Arvada & Golden

The Johnson Program:

an alternative, year-round middle school for expelled Jeffco students

Truant & at-risk youth

Expelled youth

Discipline problems

Advice center: in person or by phone

Parents who need help with children

Police officers: whether to detain

Criminal and academic information

Education and training:

Every Jeffco police officer annually X 2;

Teacher in-services

JCJAC:

SB-94

District Attorney

Mental Health

Human Services

R-1 Schools

Municipal warrants: all police agencies

Alternative to detention

Municipal probation and diversion services

Run-aways & homeless

Beyond control of parent

Abused and neglected


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